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The Phantom Express


Published 1932


A railroad is plagued by a mystery train, which on dark nights seems to be headed on a collision course with train number 101, stopping or derailing the 101, then disappearing afterward. The company president's son volunteers to investigate.

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Stars: William Collier, Jr., Sally Blane, J. Farrell MacDonald, Hobart Bosworth, Axel Axelson, Lina Basquette, and Eddie Phillips

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Run time 55 minutes
Producer Irving C. Franklin, Emory Johnson and Donald M. Stoner
Production Company Majestic Pictures
Audio/Visual Mono, Black & White
Language English

Reviews

Reviewer: Gennie1 - - September 6, 2013
Subject: Quaint melodrama
Amusing early special effects. Good for kids, and that was the target audience, although not a children's show per say. Plot was old fashioned for it's era. For a similar but more compelling story, try Green Valley Line, an early radio serial
Reviewer: Fireball Steve Zodiac - - June 27, 2010
Subject: 3D public domain movie
Hey everyone, are there any 3D movies in PD?
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